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Posted by Anonymous on 03/14/2013
There prices are to much for the food they serve and never get the order right. The fresh juice i order was old and bad.
Posted by Toreadorable on 12/16/2011
Brilliant, gently-priced food that's NOT dumbed down to tourist or generic NE taste. The carne enchilada tacos are great, the lengua too, though sometimes over cooked. The enchiladas suizas have the best tongue-tingling green sauce I've ever eaten.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/27/2011
Their veggie burritos are great--filled with all the usual suspects, plus so many extra vegetables that you'll be surprised at least 3 times. Their chicken broth with vegetables is phenomenal--it comes with a lot of meat, a half cob of corn, and countless potatoes, zucchini, and other veggies. Every time I'm sick, it is the first thing I buy to help myself recover. SO good.
Posted by Janet on 02/04/2011
After a while of looking around NYC for Mexican food I finally found the most, if not the only real authentic cuisine! Everything is delicious and prepared when ordered! The food is always fresh and the Mole and Chiles Rellenos are phenominal! Agua de Sandia (watermelon water) is a must have in the summer! Its great to see how all their shakes are prepared with the real fruit, not frozen like most places I've been too!
Posted by greg h. on 01/27/2011
I am writing this as I pack to move out of town, (gonna miss you NYC!). And I am going to miss this place alot! The food is fantastic. Rich, deep, complex mole. Fresh, delicious salsas. And the revelation (to me) of the Cemita sandwich; especially with the utterly satisfying Carne Enchilada, (spicy roast pork). Deceptively simple -fluffy bun, avocado, melty cheese, beans & pork- it is a real contender for a prize winning sandwich. Bright flavors and a sure hand in the kitchen define this food. Soulful, satisfying and as light or piggish as one could want. Add authentic garnishes, creamy fresh fruit shakes, and real horchata? A New York treasure.
Posted by John V on 08/07/2010
NY is definitely a culinary capital but there's a dearth of authentic Mexican food. Tulcingo Del Valle may have one of the least memorable names but what it lacks in name recognition, it makes up in authenticity. This is the real thing and one of the few places in the city you'll find Tortas and Cemitas (Mexican sandwiches) and Horchata, staples in many parts of Mexico. Don't worry, you'll still be able to get a great burrito, tacos, or enchiladas here. Walk an extra block to 10th avenue for a great treat.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/26/2010
Mole, salad, pozole. Great value. Yum!!